During CES 2015 in Las Vegas last week, Chinese PC manufacturer Egreat took the wraps off its new Wintel Mini PC lineup. Just about all the little PCs in this series features Intel’s Atom Z3735F quad-core Bay Trail series of processors, 2GB of RAM and up to 32GB of flash storage.
The mini computers in the series also supports WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, HDMI output and most of them also features a microSD card slot for expansion on the device’s storage, and an Ethernet port as well.
The larger models in the series tends to feature more USB ports, while some also have separate headphone and microphone jacks. The PCs in the series offers support for both Windows 8.1 or Android operating systems.
No pricing details has been released for the models in this series, but most likely the series will only be sold in China and other Asian markets.